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#1 AliasOfMe


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Posted 01 April 2009 - 07:18 PM

I've had Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 for some time no and hae been mostly happy with it. However, recently i attempted to update Adobe Reader 9.0 to the 9.1 version for securtiy reasons. It seems that Adobe installs a seperate program to download and install their products. While it tried to download the vew version of reader, it stopped and claimed there was a network error. I figured it was due to kaspersky's application control feature so I set all appliations to a trusted status. Adobe reader's download was still interrupted. I only got the download to start after completely turning off all Kaspersky services. Does anyone know why Kaspersky still affected the download until I completly turned off KIS?

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